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16th
Jeonju Cinema Project 2015
El Movimiento
Director_ Benjamin NAISHTAT
Korea,Argentina 2015 70min DCP b&w feature Fiction
Review

The set of this apocalyptic black and white movie is in 1835 when Argentina was in chaos without a leader. The vast desert was lawless and the military remnants were on a deadly war over power. The ambitious Senor moves to the Pampas the southern region with his two aide-de-camps and start experimenting making new political communities. They force the village people to follow his orders, threaten them and even kill them. Senor insists that his actions are necessary evil to form a country and becomes a horrifying dictator. This film is by Benjamin Naishitat who debuted in the full length film with ''History of Fear''. (KIM Youngjin)

CREDIT
  • DIRECTORBenjamin NAISHTAT
  • SCREEN WRITERBenjamin NAISHTAT
  • PRODUCERFederico EIBUSZYC, Barbara SARASOLA-DAY, Diego DUBCOVSKY
  • CINEMATOGRAPHYYarara RODRIGUEZ
  • ART DIRECTORMarina RAGGIO, Laura AGUERREBEHERE
  • EDITORAndres QUARANTA
  • MUSICPedro IRUSTA
  • SOUNDFernando RIBERO
CASTPablo CEDRON, Marcelo POMPEI, Francisco LUMERMAN, Alberto SUAREZ
DIRECTOR
Benjamin NAISHTAT
Benjamin Naishtat’s debut film History of Fear (2014) was a profound work in need of close inspection. The film declared the emergence of a new auteur that copes with violence through metaphors of fading beings, and won the Grand Prize of the Jeonju IFF 2016 International Competition. The following year, Naishtat created his second film El Movimiento (2015) for the Jeonju Cinema Project. An apocalyptic black-and-white film, El Movimiento opens up a passage of speech in the artist’s search for fascism’s origin. In his recent Rojo (2018), Naishtat adopts a Brian De Palma-esque split screen while maintaining the conventional soap-opera framework. His script overcomes the genre conventions by connoting how violence proliferates in the thriller genre. Rojo won best director Silver Shell at the San Sebastian International Film Festival 2018.
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